This video will demonstrate the names of the parts of an isosceles triangle, how to construct, and how to find angle measure. This series is available through a ...

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This lesson is over isosceles and equilateral triangles. You learn about the different parts of an isosceles triangle: base angles, vertex angle, legs, and base.

From TheDouceHouse

Working with angles and sides for isosceles triangles follows certain patterns. Namely, if two sides are the same, then their opposite sides are the same too.

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